People with dementia often face prejudice and treatment that violates their human rights. This is why dementia patients are strict about being treated with a human rights based approach, which means any sort of discrimination against them is prohibited.
People with dementia may experience prejudice and treatment that violates their human
rights because of the following:
With a human rights-based approach, people and communities should respect the rights of those with dementia, giving them more control over their lives and enhancing their quality of life. This strategy should enable those with dementia to: